Kingdoms of Riches


An exhibition in New York of Indian court paintings from the 16th to 18th centuries reveals one collector’s passion for cultures and traditions far distant from his own—but which speak to all people

Kingdoms of Riches2024-03-01T09:39:33-06:00

Mediterranean Revival


On the scale of a Greek myth, MILIEU’s Design Editor, along with her extended family, embarked on a tour of Greece and Turkey that revealed the meaning of democracy and familial spirit

Mediterranean Revival2023-09-01T09:26:52-05:00

Going Natural


As a traveling exhibition of works by Edvard Munch makes clear, the artist invested his scenes of nature with as much emotion and personality as he did his figures

Going Natural2023-06-01T10:14:16-05:00

Working Man


George Dunbar’s art is rarely predictable yet always identifiable as his alone. His works include (opening page) Mound Series, composed of acrylic paint applied to envelope paper, and (above) Rouville No. 7, which combines gold leaf with red Louisiana clay.

Working Man2023-04-10T03:38:48-05:00

In Retrospective


For more than eight decades, and continuing still, Alex Katz has painted what he sees at the moment. Now is the moment to view his works at an exhibition mounted by New York’s Guggenheim Museum.

In Retrospective2022-12-14T10:18:40-06:00

Shared Vision


The imaginative color and poetic firebrand of Milton Avery is revealed in a touring landmark exhibition

Shared Vision2022-08-31T10:43:38-05:00

A Modern Man


The imaginative color and poetic firebrand of Milton Avery is revealed in a touring landmark exhibition

A Modern Man2022-06-01T09:42:18-05:00

Woman of Substance


Sir John Soane amassed more than 30,000 architectural drawings. When he ran out of wall and surface space, he put works in drawers and cabinets—some of which have now been opened.

Woman of Substance2022-05-13T01:57:16-05:00


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